Hotel Rural San Roque

Paseo Maritimo 57-59, Pitres, Las Alpujarras, Province of Granada, Andalucia, 18414, Spain | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Paseo Maritimo 57-59, Pitres.
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    Travel Blogs from Pitres

    Words are not enough - the Alhambra y Generalife

    A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Mar 21, 2014

    ... correct, and even within the suburbs of Guadix there were still areas where people lived within the hill. Some had an entrance, some just a privacy barrier, whilst others had a house front attached to the hill. All part and parcel of Quadix.

    At breakfast, in the bar next to the hotel, there was a full breakfast menu, in spanish, so Paul and I spent some time deciding what we'd like. Bounced up to order, only to be told that the cook didn't come in ...

    Living the Life of a Tourist in Granada

    A travel blog entry by travellingross on Jun 25, 2013

    34 photos

    ... other happenings. I felt too touristy here.

    On Tuesday 25 June, I taxi'd to the train station to collect my rental car and had a very helpful attendant at Europcar with good English and humour. I was free upgraded to a Renault from the very basic Hyundai i10 that I'd booked. It was the first time I’ve ever been hesitant about an upgrade considering I'd booked the smallest car I could get for the skinny European ...

    ROYAL CHAPEL, CATHEDRAL, ALHAMBRA, OH MY!

    A travel blog entry by inga518 on May 15, 2013

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... many sculptures, reliefs, scenes and symbolism. Crazy eye popping goodness with ALOT going on. Fortunately there was a diagram explaining it all, but it did feel a bit like finding "Where's Waldo", I was determined and persevered. So expressive and beautifully crafted. Fabulous. The grille ( a humongous decorative screen ), seen before entering the altar is a piece of amazingness as well is made of gilded forged iron also with major points to ...

    An important lesson learned today!

    A travel blog entry by jpearson on Apr 25, 2013

    ... was visiting family in Grenada, and finally, perhaps the most intriguing member of our compartment, was a woman about my age. She spoke very little English (hi and Pakistani). As she opened up a little to these apparently very bustling women, we learned that she was on her way from Pakistan to Granada, where her husband, whom she'd never met, was waiting for her. She was taking all her possessions (in two suitcases!) across the continent to marry ...

    Hola de España

    A travel blog entry by morgannorwood on Jan 07, 2013

    10 photos

    ... in my opinion). I am expecting another fantastic meal though. For lunch, we had a salad (with vegetables that were actually really good) and then papas fritas y hueblo (french fries and egg). It was a weird combination but one of the best things I've ever eaten in my life. You the fried egg up over the fries and eat it together. So weird but so so good.

    Here's some pictures to tide you over for now (London and Granada)!

    Hasta Luego!
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